Pleased to be involved in hosting a party put together by Chop Haircutters, Onespace Gallery, Lucky Duck Café, Lift Café and kyliehillard.com supporting the Leukaemia Foundation by hosting a World’s Greatest Shave event on 16 March 2018. Funds raised […]
One of my pro-bono appeals in the Court of Appeal was reported and published in a local newspaper on 18 July 2017. Most importantly – the client was able to have a voice and representation […]
Kylie Hillard is Recommended junior counsel in Criminal Law in Queensland and one of only three women on the 2017 Doyles Criminal Law List for Queensland. http://doylesguide.com/leading-criminal-law-barristers-queensland-2017/ The 2017 listing of leading Queensland Criminal Law […]
8 March 2017 article published about the sentence submissions – https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/fraudster-exlnp-mp-scott-driscoll-taken-into-custody-20170306-gurvyg.html
As the Chair of National Advocacy for Soroptimist International Australia, Kylie Hillard was the national organiser of the event, and key author of this article promoting the Rosie Batty Roadshow in 2016.
Contempt of Court Orders – your client’s rights and the powers of the court When it comes to allegations of contempt of court orders in family law, you need to know your client’s rights […]
The government’s new metadata regime should be amended to prevent perpetrators of domestic violence accessing this information, Kylie Hillard writes.
Published in Lawyers Weekly on 11 May 2016
Poster Presentation, “Metadata legislation – are victims of domestic violence safe?”, Stop Domestic Violence Conference, December 2015. With the introduction of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2014 there came significant outcry […]
One of my pro-bono Court of Appeal matters where both the appeal against conviction and sentence was allowed – a young driver involved in a car accident where extra-ordinary emergency was not left to the jury. View […]
Gough Whitlam had a profound impact on the rights of women … His government was at the forefront of engaging women in the workforce … There’s still a long way to go, says Queensland barrister Kylie Hillard
Published in Justinian 14 November 2014
Brisbane barrister Kylie Hillard argues that the lack of female judicial appointments in Queensland is damaging confidence in the courts … Disappearing women … Warnings from Michael McHugh ignored … Overwhelmingly white and male gives rise to perceptions of injustice
Published 21 October 2014 in “Justinian.
Dr Patel’s historic, and proper, acquittal on 13 March 2013 was widely publicised – I was pleased to have been part of the legal team, and to have been able to work on putting together […]